Wednesday, December 24, 2008

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NEWS from CPSC

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
December 23, 2008
Release #09-073

Firm's Recall Hotline: (800) 425-5627
CPSC Recall Hotline: (800) 638-2772
CPSC Media Contact: (301) 504-7908

Hallmark Recalls Jumbo Snow Globes Due to Fire Hazard

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with the firm named below, today announced a voluntary recall of the following consumer product. Consumers should stop using recalled products immediately unless otherwise instructed.

Name of Product: Jumbo Snowman Snow Globes

Units: 7,000

Importer: Hallmark Cards Inc., of Kansas City, Mo.

Hazard: When exposed to sunlight, the snow globes can act as a magnifying glass and ignite nearby combustible materials, posing a fire hazard.

Incidents/Injuries: Hallmark has received two reports of the snow globes igniting nearby materials. No injuries have been reported.

Description: This recall involves a Hallmark Jumbo Snow Globe in the shape of a snowman with model number 1XAG5093 and UPC code 795902066666. The snow globe measures 11 by 12 by 17 inches. The model number and the UPC code can be found on the back of the hangtag.

Sold at: Hallmark Gold Crown stores nationwide from October 2008 through November 2008 for about $100.

Manufactured in: China

Remedy: Consumers should immediately remove the snow globe from exposure to sunlight and return it to any Hallmark Gold Crown store for a full refund.

Consumer Contact: For additional information, contact Hallmark at (800) 425-5627 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. CT Monday through Friday or visit the firm’s Web site at www.hallmark.com

 

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To report a dangerous product or a product-related injury, call CPSC's hotline at (800) 638-2772 or CPSC's teletypewriter at (800) 638-8270, or visit CPSC's web site at www.cpsc.gov/talk.html. To join a CPSC email subscription list, please go to https://www.cpsc.gov/cpsclist.aspx. Consumers can obtain this release and recall information at CPSC's Web site at www.cpsc.gov.

 

Saturday, December 20, 2008

It Never Snows In Southern California, But It Blizzards, Man, It Blizzards.

It Never Snows In Southern California, But It Blizzards, Man, It Blizzards…

 

 

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Tuesday, December 02, 2008

UW-Madison News Release--Residents Support Wetland Protection



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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 12/2/08  CONTACT: Bret Shaw, 608-890-1878  POLL SHOWS WISCONSIN RESIDENTS SUPPORT WETLANDS PROTECTION  MADISON - Wisconsin residents are concerned about the destruction of the state's remaining wetlands but don't know much about the wetland types that are most threatened, according to a recent statewide poll.  The Oct. 21-28 Badger Poll found that 84 percent of residents were concerned about the destruction of Wisconsin's remaining wetlands, with more than half reporting they were "quite" or "extremely" concerned.  "Most people correctly identified only the most obvious kinds of wetland features," says Bret Shaw, an assistant professor in the Department of Life Sciences Communication at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. "And that's a concern in a state that has lost 47 percent of its original wetlands.  "Many view the presence of ducks, cattails and open water as defining features of wetlands when, in fact, they're not," Shaw adds. "The poll's results suggest that people are much less familiar with the drier, less obvious wetlands. That's a problem because these are the wetlands that face the most threats from development and from the rush to grow commodity crops."  The state's definition of wetlands identifies water-loving plants, wet soils and hydrology - or soils saturated with water - as the three defining characteristics.   Three-quarters of respondents said that cattails were required for wetlands, and more than 50 percent said that each ducks and open water were required for a wetland.  On the positive side, Shaw said, the overwhelming majority correctly identified the range of benefits that wetlands provide. Ninety-nine percent recognized wetlands as providing wildlife habitat, and at least 80 percent recognized other benefits of wetlands including filtering stormwater runoff, storing floodwaters, offering recreational opportunities and providing habitat for young fish.   "These results reaffirm the 180-degree shift we've seen over the last 50 years in public attitudes toward wetlands and their benefits," Shaw says.   Throughout much of the state and nation's history, wetlands were viewed as wastelands and obstacles to development, and federal laws provided incentives for draining wetlands and converting them to other uses. In Wisconsin, for instance, 4.7 million of the estimated 10 million acres of wetlands left by glaciers and other processes were drained and filled between the 1800s and 1970s.  The Badger Poll results indicate that Wisconsin residents support government offering incentives to protect and restore wetlands.   More than 86 percent supported giving private citizens a tax break if they protect or restore wetlands on their property, with more than 50 percent saying they were "quite supportive" or "extremely supportive" of such incentives.  Current tax law penalizes many property owners who want to restore wetlands on property now classified as agricultural land. Lands restored under certain government programs, such as the United States Department of Agriculture's Wetlands Reserve Program, or without government assistance lose eligibility for agricultural classification for tax assessment purposes. The land is reclassified to "undeveloped land" which tends to be assessed at much higher values than agricultural lands.   The Badger Poll surveyed 538 people randomly chosen within households with working land lines and was weighted to correct for those with only cell phones. Results from this survey have a margin of error of a little over plus or minus 4 percent. The survey was commissioned by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources in partnership with Shaw to fulfill grant requirements for evaluating DNR outreach materials about the state's drier wetlands.   ###    **************************************************** For questions or comments about UW-Madison's email news release system, please send an email to: releases@news.wisc.edu  For more UW-Madison news, please visit:  http://www.news.wisc.edu/  University Communications University of Wisconsin-Madison 27 Bascom Hall 500 Lincoln Drive Madison, WI 53706  Phone: (608) 262-3571 Fax: (608) 262-2331       

Monday, November 24, 2008

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Saturday, November 22, 2008

"Drop Dead" Is Not an Option

Lots of arguments on both sides – but I think this essentially covers it.  Just remember, Obama’s site at www.change.gov has a “suggestion box” link on almost every page. Whichever way you think this should go, that would be something to speak up on. – D.

 

 

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"Drop Dead" Is Not an Option

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    The famous Daily News headline, "Ford to City: Drop Dead," ran on Oct. 30, 1975.

    New York was on the verge of bankruptcy, and President Ford (who never actually said "drop dead") had made it clear, after listening to conservative hard-liners both inside and outside of his administration, that he planned to veto any federal rescue plan.

    It was yet another case of the worshippers of abstract economic notions (let the markets run their infallible courses) ignoring the potential consequences of their smug certainties.

    Felix Rohatyn, the financier who played such a large role in the city's economic recovery, has told me many times of the economic summit near Paris in November 1975 in which President ValĂ©ry Giscard d'Estaing of France and Chancellor Helmut Schmidt of West Germany explained to Mr. Ford that allowing New York to go bankrupt might well light the fuse to an international financial crisis and would foster the idea that America itself was no longer creditworthy.

    Mr. Ford was persuaded that the cascading effects of a bankruptcy were potentially catastrophic and could not be risked. He relented. Loan guarantees were made; the city went through the long ordeal of getting its financial house in order; the loans were repaid; and New York not only recovered but thrived.

    The city's fiscal crisis of the 1970s was in no way comparable in scale to the myriad crises facing the country right now. But it's still instructive. The ideological hard-liners have now cast their collectively jaundiced eye on Detroit's automakers. Their response to the very real danger that General Motors might crumble into bankruptcy is: C'est la vie.

    Unlike President Ford, Senator Richard Shelby, a Republican of Alabama - to cite just one example - is not troubled by thoughts of cascading effects, such as the toll of domino-like business failures and swelling unemployment moving like a toxic virus through an economy that is already ill.

    "The financial situation facing the Big Three is not a national problem, but their own problem," he said.

    Whoa!

    I can agree that it's impossible to make a positive case for the backward, self-destructive practices of the auto industry over many years. (Just as it was difficult to defend the practices that led to New York's fiscal crisis.) But in the current environment, allowing one or more of the Big Three to go bankrupt would be like offering up your nose to Sweeney Todd to spite your face.

    It's not just General Motors or Chrysler or Ford. The U.S. auto industry is the cornerstone of American manufacturing. It supports millions of jobs, directly or indirectly, in a vast array of businesses.

    Start with the thousands of parts in each vehicle. They are produced by suppliers across the country, from one coast to the other. Those supplies have to be manufactured, packaged and transported. Truck drivers, railway systems and shipping companies are involved.

    And, of course, there are dealers everywhere. And the auto repair industry. And the insurance industry. And vast systems of advertising supporting every kind of job you can imagine, from messengers to accountants to filmmakers and beyond. All of that advertising funnels absolutely crucial revenues to television, magazines, newspapers - you name it.

    If G.M., which is on life support, or Ford or Chrysler were to go bankrupt, the reverberations would kill the jobs of entire armies of American workers. It would undermine the standard of living of hundreds of thousands of families and shutter the entrances of untold numbers of small and intermediate businesses.

    Senator Shelby might want to do some homework before embarrassing himself again with the absurd comment that the crisis facing the Big Three is not a national problem.

    Gov. Jennifer Granholm of Michigan, a state that is already writhing in pain from the auto industry's troubles, would tell Mr. Shelby that the industry "supports 1 in every 10 jobs in the country."

    It's easy to demonize the American auto industry. It has behaved with the foresight of a crack addict for years. But even when people set their own houses on fire, we still dial 9-1-1, hoping to save lives, salvage what we can and protect the rest of the neighborhood.

    This whole matter needs some intensive thought. At the moment, Washington has tremendous leverage over the failing auto industry. The government should craft a rescue plan that is both tough and very, very smart. That means dragging the industry (kicking and screaming, no doubt) into the 21st century by insisting on ironclad commitments to design and develop vehicles that make sense economically and that serve the nation's long-term energy security requirements.

    What I would like to see is creative thinking on both ends of the bargain. Let the smartest minds design a bailout that sparks a creative revolution in the industry. Think of it as project synergy.

 

Saturday, November 15, 2008

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Nov. 12, 2008 - Xcel looks to harness wind energy for use even when there's no wind: The project, which also includes the state and a tech firm, is installing a battery that is the first U.S. device that can store wind power.Next spring Xcel Energy Inc., the state of Minnesota and a Virginia- based technology firm will test the first battery in the country capable of storing wind energy.


Nov. 12, 2008 - Study: Separate Great Lakes, Mississippi basins: CHICAGO (AP) - Connections engineered more than a century ago between the Great Lakes and the Mississippi River watershed should be changed to block the advance of invasive species that can cause irreversible damage, an environmental advocacy group says


Nov. 12, 2008 - Study: Separate Great Lakes, Mississippi basins: CHICAGO (AP) - Connections engineered more than a century ago between the Great Lakes and the Mississippi River watershed should be changed to block the advance of invasive species that can cause irreversible damage, an environmental advocacy group says.



Nov. 11, 2008 - Outdoors fans glad amendment passed: A state constitutional amendment to bolster funding for the outdoors was warmly received by Minnesotans but also by residents in Freeborn County, where 57 percent voted in favor of it.


Nov. 07, 2008 - Green groups cheer Great Lakes advocate Rahm Emanuel's new post Emanuel introduced cleanup package: Environmental groups, already jazzed over Tuesday's landslide election of eco-friendly Barack Obama, celebrated again Thursday.


Nov. 07, 2008 - With Obama, hopes for Great Lakes rise: TRAVERSE CITY -- Barack Obama's election as president and his appointment of Rahm Emanuel as chief of staff are hopeful signs for the struggle to heal the ailing Great Lakes ecosystem, advocates said Thursday.


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Truthout Enviro-news: Brown Clouds Threaten World Food Supply

Brown Clouds Threaten World Food Supply http://www.truthout.org/111408EA The Associated Press: "Thick brown clouds of soot, particles and chemicals stretching from the Persian Gulf to Asia threaten health and food supplies in the world, the UN reported Thursday, citing what it called the newest threat to the global environment."

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